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  1. No, it doesn't. I guess no one ever thought that having this option would be useful in design. There must be a css way around this insanity!
  2. Yeah I'm looking for 7.1, which -- yeah -- doesn't have this styles page.
  3. Hi All, I'm looking to see how I can show just 3 related items on a product page, not all of them. I've looked through the guides, forums and can't find the answer which seems to be a no-brainer. I feel like I've even seen it before, but not here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360033322792 Thanks, J
  4. got it -- the black was the $ sign! .summary-price .sqs-money-native { color: red; } .summary-price .sqs-money-native:before { color: red; }
  5. thanks again @tuanphan and how do you include the $ sign as well? is that separate?
  6. @tuanphan can you use this same code for changing the text/color for the price text in a summary block? I want only the $100 to be colored, not the "from" something like .sqs-money-native:after { text:color:#ffd700; }
  7. @paul2009 would your wish list work alongside the cart? I didn't get that sense in the samples..thanks! I'm actually also shocked it's not within SS's native commerce settings world (for mid-enterprise customers especially!) Shopify does this really well, clean and gives lots of options in the backend to get data and lists. https://apps.shopify.com/i-wishlist https://wishlist-demo-shopapps.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/boatneck-open-back-dress-in-cream
  8. @tuanphan no I haven't! can I pm you with login? can you take a look?
  9. So, built out a summary, got the sizing all right, looked great and everything and then when I clicked save, it gave me this. Wasted time is nemesis of creativity. I haven't had this many issues in SS since version 1. 7.0 was so much more stable. Yet another bug.
  10. @WeAcceptCryptohave you tried the search block? it allows for site-wide and page specific.
  11. Did anyone find a solution to this search icon feature? plugin maybe? It's pretty important, and I can't believe that mid-enterprise sort of ecommerce companies wouldn't have it. And frankly it's pretty standard across every other single website.
  12. @tuanphan I was going to try and use this and .auth and .unauth and visibility to try to figure out 1) if it's possible to view pricing only when logged in 2) select certain artworks that show it and others that don't, for example books or smaller less expensive prints 3) if it's possible to change "quick view" button to a pricing tag much like www.drewdoggett.com my url: jalley.art pw: testtest Thanks!
  13. I wanted to continue to update this as it seems I'm not the only one with this issue. I came across the "auto" aspect ratio in 7.1 when doing a product summary block, which is fantastic. I'm not sure why it can't be included in default options, because when you then click on the image itself, it has the default setting, which looks not great.
  14. sorry for so many followups, but the only downside is that in mobile it doesn't look great and is bit off center.
  15. Okay -- so when I changed the height to width, that actually seems to help my cause. Not perfect, but pretty close. .ProductItem-gallery-slides-item-image { width: auto !important; height: 100% !important; top: 0 !important; left: 0 !important; } .ProductItem-gallery-slides-item.selected.going-next.loaded { padding-bottom: 50% !important; }
  16. @tuanphan not sure it works -- see site. It still crops at the bottom of the 4:3 image to 3:2 size. Granted in design setting it does show the aspect ratio is 3:2. But if I set to 4:3 I have the opposite effect.
  17. thanks @tuanphan would this be for the product pages/tag link results?
  18. Did you find a solution to this? Just posted about it myself!
  19. Did you guys find any results? I just posted about this also.
  20. Hi all, In Design -> Product Items -> Aspect Ratio it gives you just a single option. The problem that I'm having is that some images on a website i'm building are (generally) either 4:3 or 3:2, shot natively on different cameras. Is there a better way to address this so images maintain their original aspect ratio and don't follow this setting? I found this post and some code: .summary-thumbnail-image.loaded { object-fit: contain !important; object-position: top; width: 100% !important; height: 100% !important; position: static !important; padding-bottom: 0px !important; margin-bottom: 0px !important; } .sqs-block-summary-v2 .img-wrapper { position: relative; width: 100%; height: auto; padding-bottom: 0px !important; But it doesn't affect product details page...see attached screenshots. Thanks for your help! J
  21. Or is it possible to switch to the word cart instead of shopping cart icon in 7.1.
  22. Thanks Paul for the reference -- just to be clear it looks like since at least 2017 you still aren't able to create a link that filters by multiple tags? So I can't have a page link that is "Red" and "Shorts" tags for example?
  23. Hi Everyone, When you create a link, as I did from this tutorial: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115015977088-Linking-to-categories-or-tags it allows you to create a link but just with 1 tag and/or 1 category. I want to create a link with multiple tags (photography based on cities for example), so what's the best way to handle this? Thanks! J
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